Prof. Matthew Heard


Ridding Lucy; Woodcock Ben; Freeman Stephen; Pereira Gloria; Sleep Darren; Redhead John; Aston David; Carreck Norman; Shore Richard; Bullock James; Heard Matthew; Pywell Richard; , 2018, How dо pesticides get into honey?. Environmental Science Journal for Teens, 2018

Woodcock Ben A.; Heard Matthew S.; Mitschunas Nadine; Raffa Brigitta; Vaskor Dora; Bihlay Aron; Webb Judy A.; Pywell Richard F.; , 2017, When and where neonicotinoids are bad for bees. The Science Breaker, 3

Evans Tracie M.; Cavers Stephen; Ennos Richard; Vanbergen Adam J.; Heard Matthew S.; , 2017, Florally rich habitats reduce insect pollination and the reproductive success of isolated plants. Ecology and Evolution, 7, 6507-6518

Woodcock B.A.; Bullock J.M.; Shore R.F.; Heard M.S.; Pereira M.G.; Redhead J.; Ridding L.; Dean H.; Sleep D.; Henrys P.; Peyton J.; Hulmes S.; Hulmes L.; Sárospataki M.; Saure C.; Edwards M.; Genersch E.; Knäbe S.; Pywell R.F.; , 2017, Country-specific effects of neonicotinoid pesticides on honey bees and wild bees. Science, 356, 1393-1395

Robinson Alex; Hesketh Helen; Lahive Elma; Horton Alice A.; Svendsen Claus; Rortais Agnes; Dorne Jean Lou; Baas Jan; Heard Matthew S.; Spurgeon David J.; , 2017, Comparing bee species responses to chemical mixtures: common response patterns?. PLoS ONE, 12

Carvell Claire; Bourke Andrew F.G.; Dreier Stephanie; Freeman Stephen N.; Hulmes Sarah; Jordan William C.; Redhead John W.; Sumner Seirian; Wang Jinliang; Heard Matthew S.; , 2017, Bumblebee family lineage survival is enhanced in high-quality landscapes. Nature, 543, 547-549

Heard Matthew S.; Baas Jan; Dorne Jean-Lou; Lahive Elma; Robinson Alexander G.; Rortais Agnes; Spurgeon David J.; Svendsen Claus; Hesketh Helen; , 2017, Comparative toxicity of pesticides and environmental contaminants in bees: are honey bees a useful proxy for wild bee species?. Science of the Total Environment, 578, 357-365

Vanbergen Adam J.; Woodcock Ben A.; Heard Matthew S.; Chapman Daniel S.; , 2017, Network size, structure and mutualism dependence affect the propensity for plant-pollinator extinction cascades. Functional Ecology

Hesketh H.; Lahive E.; Horton A.A.; Robinson A.G.; Svendsen C.; Rortais A.; Dorne J.-L.; Baas J.; Spurgeon D.J.; Heard M.S.; , 2016, Extending standard testing period in honeybees to predict lifespan impacts of pesticides and heavy metals using dynamic energy budget modelling. Scientific Reports, 6

Zhu Xinguang; Parry Martin; Lu Yonglong; Heard Matthew; Ying Guangguo; Vaughan Simon; Shen Jianbo; Jenkins Alan; Wang Yunpeng; Lacorte Silvia; Ouyang Tingping; Salcedo Francisco Pedrero; Niu Jun; Quinton John; Luo Chunling; Zhang Fusuo; Zhang Gan; Davies William; Jones Kevin; Tyfiedl David; , 2016, Building the new international science of the agriculture–food–water–environment nexus in China and the world. Ecosystem Health and Sustainability, 2

Woodcock Ben A.; Heard Matthew S.; Jitlal Mark S.; Rundlof Maj; Bullock James M.; Shore Richard F.; Pywell Richard F.; , 2016, Replication, effect sizes and identifying the biological impacts of pesticides on bees under field conditions. Journal of Applied Ecology, 53, 1358-1362

Staley Joanna T.; Botham Marc S.; Chapman Roselle E.; Amy Sam R.; Heard Matthew S.; Hulmes Lucy; Savage Joanna; Pywell Richard F.; , 2016, Little and late: how reduced hedgerow cutting can benefit Lepidoptera. , 224, 22-28

Oliver Tom H.; Heard Matthew S.; Isaac Nick J.B.; Roy David B.; Procter Deborah; Eigenbrod Felix; Freckleton Rob; Hector Andy; Orme C. David L.; Petchey Owen L.; Proença Vânia; Raffaelli David; Blake Suttle K.; Mace Georgina M.; Martín-López Berta; Woodcock Ben A.; Bullock James M.; , 2016, A synthesis is emerging between biodiversity–ecosystem function and ecological resilience research: reply to Mori. , 31, 89-92

Gill Richard J.; Baldock Katherine C.R.; Brown Mark J.F.; Cresswell James E.; Dicks Lynn V.; Fountain Michelle T.; Garratt Michael P.D.; Gough Leonie A.; Heard Matt S.; Holland John M.; Ollerton Jeff; Stone Graham N.; Tang Cuong Q.; Vanbergen Adam J.; Vogler Alfried P.; Woodward Guy; Arce Andres N.; Boatman Nigel D.; Brand-Hardy Richard; Breeze Tom D.; Green Mike; Hartfield Chris M.; O’Connor Rory S.; Osborne Juliet L.; Phillips James; Sutton Peter B.; Potts Simon G.; , 2016, Protecting an ecosystem service: approaches to understanding and mitigating threats to wild insect pollinators.

Pywell Richard F.; Heard Matthew S.; Woodcock Ben A.; Hinsley Shelley; Ridding Lucy; Nowakowski Marek; Bullock James M.; , 2015, Wildlife-friendly farming increases crop yield: evidence for ecological intensification . , 282

Carvell Claire; Bourke Andrew F.G.; Osborne Juliet L.; Heard Matthew S.; , 2015, Effects of an agri-environment scheme on bumblebee reproduction at local and landscape scales. , 16, 519-530

Wagner Markus; Bullock James M.; Hulmes Lucy; Hulmes Sarah; Peyton Jodey; Amy Sam R.; Savage Joanna; Tallowin Jerry B.; Heard Matthew S.; Pywell Richard F.; , 2015, Creation of micro-topographic features: a new tool for introducing specialist species of calcareous grassland to restored sites?.

Heard Matthew; Osborne Juliet; Bouke Andrew; Nowakowski Marek; , 2016, Restoration and management of bumblebee habitat in agricultural landscapes. Review report. In: Review of Defra's research programme on farmland conservation and biodiversity. Volume 1, University of Warwick, 11-12 November 2004

Carvell Claire; Heard Matthew; , 2016, Restoration and management of bumblebee habitat in the wider countryside: project feasibility study. Review report. In: Review of Defra's research programme on farmland conservation and biodiversity. Volume 1, University of Warwick, 11-12 November 2004

Carvell Claire; Heard Matt; Vanbergen Adam; Bourke Andrew; Dicks Lynn; , 2016, Managing farmed landscapes for pollinating insects.